|SPORANGIA: Sessile, widely scattered or in small clusters, globose or bolster-shaped, 0.15 to 0.7 mm. diam., olivaceous yellow or yellow.|
PERIDIUM: Membranous, yellow, entirely free from granular deposits, usually embossed with the impressions of the underlying spores.
CAPILLITIUM: Consisting of short or long, simple or branching, pale yellow elaters 3 - 4.5 µm diam., marked with four or five distinct or faint spiral bands, either tapering or blunt and bulbous at the tips.
|SPORES: Usually olivaceous in mass, or yellow, paler by transmitted light, closely warted or spinulose, 10-12 µm.|
PLASMODIUM: Watery pink
|HABITAT: On dead wood.|
DISTRIBUTION: Cosmopolitan, known from Auckland, Nelson, Buller and Dunedin.